Implementing Versioned Workflows in a Multiuser Geodatabase
Strictly by pre-registration only
What is this course about?
Esri Indonesia’s GIS training course for versioned editing workflows in a multi-user geodatabase. A successful multi-user editing environment requires a sound versioning workflow that minimises disruption to editors, ensures the integrity of GIS data and integrates well with existing business workflows.This course explores a variety of versioned editing workflows and examines how versioning decisions impact data accuracy and database performance.
This course is designed for GIS database managers or administrators who need to set up and manage a multi-user editing environment.
Safety measures for training courses
While courses in our training facility have resumed, we want to assure you that the wellbeing of our trainees and staff remains Esri Indonesia’s highest priority.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to develop, strict safety measures and guidelines as recommended by the Ministry of Health are being adhered to for all training conducted.
All computer equipment and desks are disinfected before class commences and during the lunch break, while seats are placed and marked at least 1-metre apart, in accordance with official Safe Distance Measures. Acrylic partitions have also been installed between each desk.
Masks are mandatory throughout training, and alcohol hand sanitisers and anti-bacterial wet wipes will be available.
Your temperature will be taken before commencement. For your safety, you will be asked to return home and see a doc if your temperature exceeds 37.5deg.
Are there any prerequisites?
- Completion of ArcGIS 2: Essential Workflows and Deploying and Maintaining a Multiuser Geodatabase or equivalent knowledge is required
What skills will I learn?
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Deploy a versioning workflow that meets your organisation's needs
- Efficiently load data into a versioned feature class
- Manage multiple geodatabase versions
- Monitor and maintain database performance in a versioned editing environment
What can I expect?
- Course topics
Choosing a multi-user editing environment
- Registering data
- ArcSDE administrator and data owner responsibilities
- Version tree
- Creating and deleting versions
- Version properties
- SDE_Versions system table
Editing non-versioned data
- Preparing ArcMap for non-versioned editing
- Impact of concurrent edits by multiple users
- Registering and unregistering data as versioned
- How edits are stored
Managing versioning system tables
- Overview of system tables
- How system tables store feature edits
- Maintaining database performance
Merging state lineages
- Implicit reconcile and post operations
- Explicit reconcile and post operations
- Version and feature class permissions
- Defining conflicts
- Conflict resolution options
- Topology edit conflicts
- Viewing version differences
Bulk-loading data into versions
- Simple Data Loader
- Object Data Loader
- Improving performance after a bulk load
Compressing a versioned geodatabase
- Performing a full compress operation
- Reviewing the compress log
Registering data as versioned with move-to-base option
- Why use the move-to-base option?
- Best practices for handling conflicts
- Undetected conflicts
Versioned editing with non-Esri applications
- Creating versioned views
- Querying and editing versioned feature classes using versioned views